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Australian Certified Organic Gelatin - "gels" together for making jellies, gummies and deserts.
If you truly live and breath gelatin like we do, you would search the globe to find only the very best and that is what we bring you. This is our Peptipro Certified Organic Gelatin, sourced from an organic farm in Europe. It is unflavoured and has excellent gelling capability.
- No Fat
- No Carbs
- No Sugar
- Gluten Free
- Lactose Free
This Gelatin comes from a completely natural and organic source. When you take Gelatin you are taking protein that contains 18 amino acids, including essential and non-essential amino acids including both glycine and proline, which are nutrients which should be part of a balanced diet.
- Necessary for tissue building and repair
- Contributes to the growth of muscle mass
- Contributes to the maintenance of muscle mass
- Contributes to the maintenance of normal bones
Ingredients: 100% - Organic Porcine Gelatin
Room temperature liquids: Pour one tablespoon into a glass of your favorite juice or drink. Allow to settle for one minute while stirring, then drink immediately.
For Hot liquids: Add one tablespoon to small amount of cold liquid for one minute, then add hot liquid and stir until dissolved.
You can also add to a bowl of hot or cold cereal and mix completely.
Two teaspoons gel 500ml of liquid
IS THIS CERTIFIED ORGANIC GELATIN?
Our gelatin is Australian Certified Organic and our ACO cert No. 12230
WHAT CAN I USE THIS GELATIN FOR?
This is great for making desserts. Basically, anything that needs gelatin to "gel" together then this is the product you are after. You can also add it to thicken soups and sauces
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BOVINE AND PORCINE GELATIN? HOW IS THIS DIFFERENT FROM YOUR ORANGE TUB?
Porcine gelatin is derived from pig and bovine is derived from cows. Other than that, the two products work in the same way
CAN I USE GELATIN INSTEAD OF COLLAGEN?
Gelatin still contains collagen protein, although less protein, but gelatin is better suited for cooking than collagen.
IS GELATIN GLUTEN FREE?
Yes, gelatin is gluten free
CAN I USE GELATIN POWDER INSTEAD OF GELATIN LEAF OR SHEETS?
Yes, the approximate conversion is 1 Tablespoon of powder is equal to 3 leaves or sheets of gelatin